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Audio: Whangamata Teenagers Condition Update

Audio: Whangamata Teenagers Condition Update

  • Audio: Mary-Beth Wood, 15, remains in a comfortable condition in a ward at Waikato Hospital in Hamilton.

    She has indicated she is not prepared to do any media interviews or filming. Her mother Donnamarie Wood provided the following audio which she has asked be distributed on her behalf.

    Nigel Fluharty, 18, was today transferred out of the high dependency unit into a ward. His condition is stable. He too is reluctant to do any media.


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